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Pentium D
2006-01-25T13:07:15Z
I had problem with my Wireless Keyboard and Mouse, when i plug the reciever to the USB Ports that are built in the motherboard they don't work properly. i have changed him and the same problem appears again, so i decided to buy USB that are supported on a PCI Interface and they work !! i'm using them now
(I have Windows XP SP2 so i don't need to install any USB Driver.)
but my question is:
Do the usb ports of my motherboard are kind of defective, or the situation here is regular thin?
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Freeman
2006-01-25T14:41:51Z
have you checked to see if you need to throw anyjumpers on the mobo?

and if they are not working, then you should rma the board and get one that works.

you might also check to see if you need to change a setting in your bios.
xtremeskier97
2006-01-25T14:50:42Z
Yes..the USB ports could possibly be disabled in the BIOS. Check this first before setting up an RMA if your board is still under warranty.
Pentium D
2006-01-26T00:20:03Z
the usb works but my only problem is the Wireless Keyborad and Mouse. and i told you, with the PCI card they work great
xtremeskier97
2006-01-27T14:26:28Z
hmm...so you have tested other USB devices on your onboard USB ports and they work without problem?
Pentium D
2006-01-27T16:06:44Z
yeah they work, by the way, i don't know if it connected to the problem or not - my Keyboard and mouse are 1.1 (on the back of the keyboard wrote:
Microsoft Wireless MultiMedia Keyboard 1.1)
Pentium D
2006-01-30T12:01:25Z
hello everyone
Pentium D
2006-01-30T12:01:57Z
are you there ?
Freeman
2006-01-30T12:15:48Z
thats just the name of the keyboard, not the usb number. try having the cable go stratight in, it might be pulled loose and not be conneciting. i had this problem with my logitech mx duo and solved the problem quite easily that way.
Pentium D
2006-02-01T06:56:09Z
but no it's working on the PCI USB ports so it's not the problem.
Freeman
2006-02-01T10:42:22Z
ok, have you tried switching them on in bios if this isnt done already? and have you checked chipset temps? that could be causing it as well.
Pentium D
2006-02-01T11:50:27Z
well in the BIOS the USB is Enableb - but i think it's the chipset cuz it gets too HOT nad heared about this problem in the Asus P5ND2 SLI Deluxe Motherboard.
Freeman
2006-02-01T11:56:08Z
yeah, try a chipset cooler from swiftech, if you want to spend the cash.
Pentium D
2006-02-01T14:10:07Z
i need to have one to the Southbridge right?
Freeman
2006-02-01T14:18:07Z
no for the northbridge.
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